The duke of Sussex has begun legal action against Mirror Group Newspapers, publisher of the Daily Mirror, and News Group Newspapers, publisher of The Sun and the defunct News of the World, over phone-hacking claims, several media outlets have reported.Buckingham Palace has confirmed that documents h
Influential figures in the legal and political sectors expressed their wish for a clear and unequivocal outcome in the first court case involving the breaching of the Prohibition on Face Covering Regulation enacted last Friday.The law that bans the wearing of masks in public assemblies is aimed at deterring radical protesters from committing violent crimes with their identities hidden behind face masks or other disguises.
Texts released by Democrats in Congress reveal how US officials worked to push the Ukrainian president intoopening a public inquiry into President Trump's leading opponent, Joe Biden.The messages come as Mr Trump faces a formal impeachment inquiry about it.
India's air force said Friday it accidentally shot down one of its own helicopters as it engaged Pakistani fighter planes in an aerial confrontation in Indian-controlled Kashmir in February.
The US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) have been criticised for using online translation tools to vet immigrants' social media posts. A staff manual said pasting text into tools such as Google Translate and Bing was "the most efficient approach". News site ProPublica said online tools o
Huawei will not be a closed company despite US sanctions, founder says Ren Zhengfei, founder of Huawei Technologies Co Ltd, on Thursday expressed strong opposition to the idea of "one world, two systems" and said the Chinese tech giant will never be a closed company despite the US government restrictions against it.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been accused of stoking dangerous divisions over Brexit after angry exchanges dominated the first House of Commons debate since the United Kingdom Supreme Court ruled his five-week prorogation, or suspension of Parliament, unlawful.
US authorities have returned a stolen coffin to Egypt, two years after it was acquired by the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City.The 2,100-year-old coffin of a priest called Nedjemankh was featured in an exhibit housing artefacts from Egypt.
Italian authorities have closed roads and evacuated mountain huts after experts warned that part of a glacier on Mont Blanc could collapse. About 250,000 cubic metres of ice are in danger of breaking away from the Planpincieux glacier on the Grandes Jorasses peak, officials said.
As the Supreme Court ruling hacked a new path through Britain's system of government, brushing ancient royal powers to one side, from Buckingham Palace came - nothing. This is precisely where the Queen does not want to be - right in the middle of a political and constitutional hurricane, with the Supreme Court redefining the relationship between judiciary, legislature, government and monarch.